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    “They cheated for Bush, so hey, I’m going to cheat to get Scott Walker out of here”

    “They cheated for Bush, so hey, I’m going to cheat to get Scott Walker out of here”

    So says a man interviewed by a Wisconsin news station about his signing petitions to recall Scott Walker 80 times:

    Man:“I think I signed about 80 times.”

    Wainscott:“You’ve signed 80 petitions, you think?”

    Man:“I signed a lot of them for the past two weeks. I’ve been  seeing them at the Grand Avenue Mall. Out here by Pick ‘n Save and stuff like  that.”

    Wainscott:“Well, you know they’re only going to count one of your  signatures?”

    Man:“Oh well. Whatever it takes to get Scott Walker out of here,  I’m happy.”

    Wainscott:“That means signing repeatedly?”

    Man: “Yeah. They cheated for Bush, so hey, I’m going to cheat to  get Scott Walker out of here.”

    The video is here.  Unfortunately there is no embed code available.

    But rest assured, “punchy” Democratic spokesman Graem Zielisnki assures us that it’s not true, and that the guy in the interview suffers from mental illness and is not credible.

    Remember, the election officials in Wisconsin already have announced they will not be checking for duplicates, so the burden will fall to anti-recall forces, who already are organizing.

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    dmacleo | December 9, 2011 at 1:49 pm

    embed code is there

    http://youtu.be/TbC3GHRl-jI
    if needed I can host it

    “… the interview suffers from mental illness and is not credible.”

    You’re not suggesting that many… most… all of those signing the petitions to recall Gov Scott Walker are mentally imbalanced, are you?


     
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    alan markus | December 9, 2011 at 2:41 pm

    Democratic spokesman Graem Zielisnki assures us that it’s not true, and that the guy in the interview suffers from mental illness and is not credible.

    Watching the video, it seems like he is saying that people who sign more than once are either A) mentally ill or B) up to no good. I hope the local Mental Illness Alliance chapters “rip this guy a new one.” Mark my words, if it was a Republican official equating mental illness with criminal activity, this would be all over the news.

    The Republicans should grow a set and take the lead on this – something to the effect that Mentally Ill people have just as much of a right to participate in the electoral process as anyone else. Unlike certain Democrat party officials, who believe mentally ill people may be too dysfunctional to properly participate. Of course, in the Bush/Gore and Franken races, illegible ballots were deemed to be valid, despite the incompetency demonstrated by not being capable of marking an oval or pushing a pin through the ballot.

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